ESH. Unlike some other posters, I don’t accept that a child gets a pass fromSnoopy Don’t Worry About Getting Older Youre Still Gonna Do Dumb Shirt a bully because she’s being bullied. Calling her aunt a slut and her uncle a cuck is unacceptable behavior and I would punish my child for that absolutely. The the OP chose, however, is outrageous. Three months? Try a weekend and an apology. WTF? Did you notify the school, not to deal with the bullying but to make this whole thing a teachable moment about sexism? I would be in a rage if this was my kid, and my last concern would be larger social commentary. Did the boy violate a school bullying rule? Have you contacted his parents? Lady, your daughter does not need a lecture on sexism.
She is living it. A teenage boy watches porn and there is not one bit of judgment orSnoopy Don’t Worry About Getting Older Youre Still Gonna Do Dumb Shirt coming in his direction, is there? Consuming it is ok for boys. But just being related to someone in it is not ok for girls. Trust me, your daughter is well aware of the online. What she needs is for you to focus on the bullying right now. You need to be a soft place to land and give her some space. This will pass, but she needs coping mechanisms to get through it. If you’re unable to provide this, find a professional who can. ESH. Your daughter was disrespectful but she’s also, now. A CHILD. She’s being bullied about this. Several people in this thread have already said it, but I’ll say it again.
Her aunt is an adult in the porn industry. No,Snoopy Don’t Worry About Getting Older Youre Still Gonna Do Dumb Shirt, make your money. But she’s not the one having to deal with bullying because of it. Teenagers suck, and I’d be willing to bet your poor daughter has been subjected to the most comments at school. Suck it up. She’s your kid and you need to focus on HER needs, not your SIL, who seems to be the one everyone is focusing on. Other posters have done a great job of explaining why the punishment was far too harsh, pointing to the fact that your daughter has been bullied. I would like to offer an additional thought, too: being subjected to adult material (probably a lot of it… I’m sure her peers are incessantly sending her videos and stills) is traumatizing.